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Castle William, Thoresby, c 1860s-1920s

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:Thoresby Park
:Castle William, Thoresby, c 1860s-1920s
:c 1860s - 1920s
:Nottingham City Council
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This building was named after William Scott, 'Captain of the Mary' who died in 1756. Scott was a member of the Earl of Manvers estate. The architect was John Carr.

The building is now a private residence and is known as Budby Castle.